Foreclosure Template for Emails
Feel free to use this template. It was created by HouseValues at the request of several subscribers who were asking for a special template that would reach out to people who might be going into foreclosure, without offending them.
In today’s market, more and more people know someone who is struggling with their mortgage payment as a result of a sharp increase in their interest rate or other loan factors.
If you know someone who is facing a possible foreclosure, I have information that can help. And the sooner we act to help someone in this position, the better the outcome. Because once a house starts to go into foreclosure, it can be difficult to stop and the ramifications can be long lasting:
--the owners may face substantial late fees
--the owners may loose all of their equity
--the owners may suffer with a mark on their credit that will take years to erase
But, this does not have to happen. There are a number of effective strategies to help the homeowner forestall a foreclosure. Renegotiating the loan is one possibility. Two other options are a short sale (sell for less than the loan amount with bank approval), or a quick sale (sell for more than the loan amount but at a lower, more attractive market price).
As a full service real estate agent, I am committed to help clients with all their housing needs. Whether it is to help preclude a foreclosure, pull equity out of their home for investment properties, or assist them in either finding a new home or selling their current one, I have the knowledge and the expertise to make the process go smoothly.
Foreclosure is a nationwide problem, but it’s also in our own backyard. If I can help you or anyone you know hold on to their home (or minimize their losses), please call or email me. I appreciate the opportunity to be your trusted real estate resource.